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of the nation's capital. yesterday tom harkin and representative rosa delauro that would set a baseline for paid sick days for america. would it allow employees to earn up to seven days per year to take care of their own or their families' health. interestingly, there is evidence that bill may help businesses. coming to work sick costs the economy $180 billion each year in lost productivity. >>> and it's gross. >> in the guest spot, thanks so much for being with us. >> my pleasure. thank you. >> so some of the research that i've seen from cornell university actually shows that moms are penalized more than dads when they do take sick days to take care of their kids or they have to take off work to be able to take care of their kids, their family, a loved one. does having a standard baseline get it that problem and hopefully equalize the employer response to taking sick days? >> well, it helps women in several days. women are less likely to have it. more likely to need it since they do most of the care giving. but they also need men to share that care giving and more men will do so if they don't g
fremont, 68 oakland, 70 santa rosa. low 60s in san francisco. 50s along the coast, pacifica, half moon bay. the cooling trend begins tomorrow with unsettled weather entering the picture tuesday night into wednesday. we are going to remain in an unsettled pattern through next weekend. >>> that is our report. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. >> be sure to join us for our next newscast at 5:00. we want to leave you with a live look at the finish line for the oakland running festival where some runners have been going since 7:30 this morning and are finally getting to end their race. thanks for joining us, everyone. have a great sunday. . >> chris: i'm chris wallace, rand paul shakes up the political landscape. ♪ >> chris: from his marathon filibuster on the senate floor to his straw poll victory over the g.o.p. establishment, rand paul is grabbing headlines and turning heads. is he the flavor of the month, or a force to be reckoned with in 2016? we'll ask the tea party's favorite son, senator rand paul. it is a fox news sunday exclusive. >>> then, a pivotal moment for same sex ma
continued to press for pipeline safety reforms. >>> hundreds of people gathered at a church in santa rosa today to remember a teenaged boy who was hit and killed in a freak accident at a racetrack last weekend. his mom spoke about her sports-loving 14-year-old son, and how she wished all this attention this past week could have been for something different. >> television reporters, news reporters, what? it was so sur veal. i couldn't help but wonder what marcus would have thought of all of this. especially being on "sports center." i know he would have much rather been on sports center for a fadeaway game winning buzzer than all of this. >> reporter: marcus johnson was in the eighth grade. he was killed at a racetrack near sacramento last weekend. and to make it even more painful, his 17-year-old cousin killed him when he spun out of control during a pre-race warm-up. today marcus' family, friends, and coaches shared their memories as well. >> several of the players, one of them i liked immediately was marcus. he stood out because of his friendly demeanor and hard work ethic. >> marcus' f
in napa. and santa rosa, 61 degrees. '70s in antioch. but upper 50s closer to the coast certainly cooler. daly city. and as we take a look outside at the san mateo bridge this evening. clouds moving in. low clouds and cloudy conditions over most of the bay area. the clouds are increasing. this system is offshore. and we do have some rain offshore that is moving towards the coast. if we do see any showers is going to be very light. most of the rainfall will be missing us... with the increase and sea breeze and fog coverage tonight. mostly cloudy tomorrow and that a better chance of rainfall later this week. will time it out on futurecast and your weekend forecast with possible rainfall. >> pam: a rally on the marriage in front of the u.s. supreme court. we are there, live and a crowd gathering of side of the high court as they are hoping to grab a seat inside. and boeing to see if a battery system improvement will help. >> pam: coming up. a rally about to get underway in san francisco.just before same- sex marriage takes center supreme court. kron4 crews are live. why they're hoping to gr
. that galvanized the country. it was three months later that rosa parks refused to get out of her seat on the bus. images of vietnam, mi lai, the girl running down the street with napalm burning her skin off, these were images that turned this immoral war. that's why the person in charge don't want to show these images. they know what it does to people. i said in the blog that we live in a different age now with the internet and everything. don't be surprised if a parent -- and there already was one parent. the parent of noah posner veronique who didn't want the casket closed until the governor came. she wanted the governor to see essentially half of noah's face blown off. the gun makers and nra don't want you to see this. adam lanza -- and i don't like to say his name. i don't like these people to get what they are looking for, fame or whatever. but he fired up to 11 bullets into each child. >> each child. >> what that means is, remember, he's close with an assault rifle. h he's very close to a 6-year-old. >> he's blowing the kids to pieces. >> the first bullet kills the little child. what kind
months later that rosa parks refused to get up out of her seat on that bus. the images of vietnam, mei lei, the little guy running down the street with napalm burning the skin off of her. these were powerful images that turned the country against this immoral war. but that's why the people in charge of stuff, they don't want to show these images anymore because they know what it does to people i just said in this blog that we live in a different age now with the internet and everything. don't be surprise federal a parent, and there already was one parent, the parent of noah posner, who did not want the casket closed until the governor of connecticut came there. she wanted the governor to see essentially half of noah's face blown off. they don't want -- the gunmakers and nra don't want you to see this. adam lanza, and i don't even like to say his name because i don't want any of these people getting the thing that they are looking for, the fame or whatever, but, you know, he fired up to 11 bullets into each child. >> into each child. >> what that means, remember, he's very close, has an
then. it was just three months later that rosa parks refused to get up out of her seat on that bus. >> no newtown parent we know of has offered the public a picture of their murdered child. the question, will newtown death photos force lawmakers to enact new gun laws? >>> this morning president obama is in israel to discuss issues both sensitive and ominous. among them iran's pursuit of nuke enclosure wclear weapons a concern syria used chemical weapons. in a "washington post" op-ed one middle east expert describes things this way. this odd couple's ties are the most tenuous we've seen between the white house and jerusalem. from the beginning the obama administration has prompted a batten down the hatches mentality in netanyahu's circle, end quote. joining us news is the author, aaron day-to-day millvid miller. he is now vice president and distinguished scholar at the woodrow wilson international center for scholars. good morning. >> good morning, carol. >> we often hear things aren't good between netanyahu and president obama, but how strained are they? >> you know, with the excep
that was the scene of a radiation disaster after the 2011 tsunami. the surprising culprit, we have details. [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and see your doctor right away as some can be life-threatening. tell your doctor if you have a history of heart or blood vessel problems, or if you develop new or worse symptoms. get medical he
where a piece of of apollo history was just found. ♪ . [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the firsweek... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostilityagitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and see your doctor right away as some can be life-threatening. tell your doctor if you have a history of heart or blood vesl problems, or if you develop new or worse symptoms. get medical help right away if you have symptoms of heart attac
in santa rosa and apple. low 50s for the east bay shore. mid '40's and redwood city and 49 in san jose. >> by noon mainly fifties along the bay shore. some '60s and portions of the north bay indicated by the green on your screen. >> for those of you that are headed out this evening mainly widespread 50s. your afternoon highs look like the south bay in the '60s. >> satellite and radar shows high pressure building that means a war of bros. dry conditions expected. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows mid- 60's today and tomorrow. low seventies and to the weekend. as we head into midweek we could see a chance of showers. for those of you head up to the sierra. take a look at the snow bomb .com ski report. fresh new snow. 3 in. at sierra tahoe. a base of 31- 100 in.. >> and base of 34-84 in.. squaw valley a base of 12- 101 in.. with 10 in. of fresh new snow. >> darya. >> thank you janu. is 920. >> california's senate other ways in on the upcoming supreme court hearing on same-sex marriage. and discusses the role in what tagging out. kron fours dan kerman said down with gavin
you. [ rosa ] i'm rosa and i quit smoking with chantix. when the doctor told me that i could smoke for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and see your doctor right away as some can be life-threatening. tell your doctor if you have a history of heart or blood vessel problems, or if you develop new or worse symptoms. get medical help right away if you have symptoms of a heart attack or stroke. use caution when drivin
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all the way from sonoma down to santa rosa. the next couple of days, temperatures stay nice and comfortable. we'll hit the 70s by sunday. >> and that is your latest forecast. natalie? ♪ >>> dylan, thank you. this morning on "today's style" "shape" magazine, bahar, good morning, i'm looking at the brightly colored beautiful pumps. >> so much fun. >> tell us about these heels. >> every woman should have a pair of nude pumps for work but this spring add some color, the bolder the better. these are from boutique nine, a great way to update your style in seconds. >> i love them. these are perfect for going out at night as well. >> exactly. you want to show some skin at night, best way with a great strappy heel, i love the metallic detailing, great way to add instant sex appeal to your outfit. >> let's move on to the more casual, heading out on a spring break trip. perfect to pack in your bag in your suitcase. >> you cannot go wrong with a great pair of flip flops, these are from tikees. they're leather and simple and come in fun colors. >> and wedges are good for comfort. >> so
seventies for the central valley. most of the righto enjoy area upper 60s. the santa rosa 65. 61 hayward. >> 65 in san jose. upper 50s for san jose. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows rain on the horizon for the next couple of days. past that high pressure back in control. we will be enjoying temperatures in the '70s. >> in the traffic center no hot spots. we have overnight road work at the bay bridge toll plaza. not affecting your ride. and drive time of under 10 minutes from the foot of the maize approaching a fremont street this morning. >> the san mateo bridge is good to go in both directions the tell light for foster city. >> south bound 101, the golden gate bridge no problems. a lot of space between cars. >> off of our traffic maps was down 24 looks good no problems for southbound 680. >> all is well in the south bay a lot of green on the road way censors guys. >> in national news a boost for backers of same-sex marriages as former secretary of the lord clinton has come out in support same-sex unions. kron fours dan kerman looks at what clinton had said. >> i suppor
are in a possibly closure list. concord, livermore and isn't rosa and napa. the airports would still operate, just without air traffic controllers. instead, pilots would go back to their previous system of communicating with each other over their radios. >> time now is 8:35. if you plan to drive across the golden gate bridge, you better have fast track, the toll area will go through major changes next week. ktvu's brian flores is at the bay bridge toll plaza to explain everything that's going to happen out there. >> reporter: today is the last friday where you can actually stop and pay your toll to a human toll taker. there's going to be major changes coming up on wednesday. if you have not done so yet, as you mentioned, commuting across the golden gate bridge, it may be a good idea to get fast track to avoid hassles. now, wednesday, they will leave the booths forever. it will transfer to automatic tolling. now, workers on the golden gate bridge are working to change the signage indicating those changes. this will take place over the days, as we mentioned. the speed limit is expected to increase f
. santa rosa, upper 60s. '70s in fairfield and antioch. here is a look at the sierra nevada if you're going to go skiing? some great skiing. high of the fifties by sunday and you are goingo want your sunscreen and sunglasses and dress in layers. maybe perhaps just in your t-shirts by the afternoon at kirkwood received some fresh powder over the last couple of days. your kron 4 7 day around the bay we talked about that sunshine and saturday, sunday plenty of sunshine you. temperatures are going to be more mild. also a bit cooler. but pretty nice. you can see that we are cooling down for tuesday, wednesday. there are chances of showers on thursday these forecast models are trending a bit more wet but this weekend is looking fantastic. and it is the first full weekend of spring. enjoy it and get outside, catherine. >> catherine: thank-you, anny. you can catch up on the latest news, forecast and traffic conditions whenever it is convenient for you on our 24/7 bay area news channel. watch live on kron4.com or on comcast channel 193. and our facebook page -- we asked you to send in your
looked at what happened in 1954 with rosa parks we came back. huey was in law school too and i looked at that and said wait a minute. do you know what this is about? they are racist legislators that made racist laws. we had to move to the back of the bus and if you're at the back of the bus and white folks command and want to sit down you have to get up and give that white person your seat. you have to read leon higginbotham. he was a federal justice in philadelphia. he would save prolific writer on civil rights has was connected with the loss. his latest book was shadows of freedom. but he articulates and shows you a history of how laws are made in the country not only the federal level but the state level etc. based on the precepts of white supremacy connected with another precept they had the black inferiority. do you see how the laws are start should? in that context you can see the laws being that own and the structure, the very structure of racism in america. and all the discriminatory and racist practice etc., that is what it was about. so here we are a new organization popping
private islands, or 17 vintage ferrari testa rosas. dreaming big is part of the power ball fun, even for the more than 80 million of us whose tickets are now worthless. >> a mansion and a yacht. >> high class taste. >> you know it. >> a car where only i can sit in it, not my kids. >> reporter: all good ideas for sure. the winner here in new jersey cannot stay anonymous. we expect some details at the press conference at 10:00 a.m. eastern time. robin, back to you. >> won't be anonymous for long. all right, rob. >>> now to the cinderella team. little known florida gulf coast beating san diego last night two days after they upset top-seeded georgetown. they've never played in the ncaa tourney before. >> reporter: this morning, a team seeded 15th was welcomed as if it were number one. the story of florida gulf coast university, or fgcu as they're called for short, is as improbable as it is fun to watch. >> we like to get the crowd involved. >> reporter: on a shoestring budget, yes, they pay for their nike uniforms, a star, who had no scholarship offers before walking on to the team -- >>
with the poor children. now, margaret rosa, in a report by the center for american progress, which i think can be fairly described as a progressive think tank, says this. "the difference in actual school expenditures are often substantial because teachers' salaries are based on their experience and credits or degrees earned and because high-poverty schools have many more less experienced, lower-paid teachers and much more turnover than low-poverty schools." that's marguerite rosa explaining this problem in a report by the center for american progress. she goes on to say, "in baltimore, for example, when teachers at wog school in a high-poverty neighborhood were paid an average of $37,618, at another school in the same district the average teacher's salary was $57,000. assuming the same number of schoolteachers in each school, , the difference in dollars is $387,640 in each school." that's a lot of money per school. so under federal formula, that's considered -- quote -- "comparable" or fair so that the poor school is essentially stuck with newer, less expert teachers. this is a system designed
worse. i want to focus on just the hits that health care has taken. from rosa delauro's report, we learned that since 2002, labor, health and education programs have endured cuts of 7% resulting in a nearly $12 billion reduction in funding in 2012. going forward the digs cessionary budget cap -- the digs cessionary budget cap -- discretionary budget cap are set to cut over $9 billion or 5.4% in 2021. altogether this will result in a 12% per capita cut or a nearly $22 billion cut to labor, health and education programs in 0 -- 2021, when compared to the 2002 levels. these cuts will weaken these critical programs that protect the public health and safety, promote and develop our work force and ed cailt the next -- and educate the next generation of americans. if we just rook at -- if we just look at the programs under the department of health and human services, here's a partial list. in 2012 health resources and services administration have seen a $2 billion reduction which includes a $194 million reduction to the program which provides critical funding to support training new healt
and the lower 60s. 64 oakland, hayward 64, 57 have monday, santa rosa 65, several fell lower 60s, livermore, lower 60s. 7 day around the bay forecast shows rain later tonight through tomorrow morning. maybe later in showers in the afternoon, of the winds pick up into the thursday and dragged for the latter part of your work week. into the '70s f 70or ♪or saturday. sierra tahoe, note new snow but the base of 30 to 93 in.. norstar 34 to 79 in., up squaw valley 12 to 90 in.. >> a live look outside at 922 a m and the salmon sale bridge traffic right here is a bright spot. we will be right back. >> it has landed in the bay area, this is it a much- hyped about new blackberry smart phone busy 10. i got my hands on it early, and officials on the market this friday. it is the first blackberry to run on the new operating system. >> much better navigation, much better keyboard. is all whole new blackberry. >> daniel is a black orblackbery power user. >> if we want to go into your browser, when you're on the browser you can actually slide up and peek at your notifications. you can see if you have e-m
santa rosa again and that area. we will have more scattered showers throughout the forecast, especially this morning and into the early afternoon. it will be dry tonight and all the way through the rest of the forecast and remain warmer, >>> when you're this sexy, thi >>> when you're this sexy, this cool, this talented where do you go for your first interview after announcing you're going to have your first baby? >> good morning, america. >> tomorrow. >> you know i love me some "gma." >> fergie gets personal and shows you how to look sexy and beautiful too. >> time to get glamorous with me on "good morning america." >> tomorrow on abc. >>> we love ourselves some fergie. a match made in heaven. she's again joining us live right here tomorrow, the mom-to-be doing makeovers, by the way, on some very lucky viewers. and one of those -- one of them could be you if you show up here tomorrow morning. >> wow. >> provided weather permitting, samuel, so -- >> lovely. >> as we look ahead to tomorrow, what a day that will be. george and robin, some hard-earned day off. great to have amy and paula. >
levels. and yet currently at 52 degrees. 46 in oakland, 42 santa rosa. future cast force of warming will occur in relatively early, 60s for practically everyone by lunchtime. we now injured as the opportunity for yellow indicating '70s by 2:00 p.m.. the suns and go round. breezy did conditions will keep browstay are around. by 8:, temperatures in the '50s. in terms of the afternoon, upper 60s and the south bay. 68 high in santa clara, could reach 70 in fair fell walnut creek in danville. 66 hayward, mid-60s downtown san francisco, upper 60s and napa up. satellite and radar sure is clear, dry, quite conditions around the bay area but firm pressure and control. we will see temperatures rise a few degrees into the weekend, it will feel like springtime. temperatures will be in the '70s. we will end to it as cloud cover ahead of a new storm system headed our way. spring showers are expected wednesday into thursday. if you want more on your bay area weather forecast you can send into our 247 bay area news and weather channel, has 193. you can also get the latest weather and traffic headli
important. my analysis and huey's analysis, when we look at what happened in 1954 with rosa parks, huey's in law school too, and i'm looking at that and saying, wait a minute, you know what this is about? there are some racist legislators who made racist laws who said we had to get up and move to the back of the bus, you had to get up and give that white person that seat. but you have to read leon higgingbotham, a federal court justice in philadelphia. his latest book was shad coes of free come. -- shadows of freedom. but he articulates and shows you a history of how laws are made in the country based on the precept of white supremacy, connected with another precept they had of black inferiority. this is how the laws are structured. and in that context you can see the laws being the backbone and the structure, the very structure of institutionalized racism in america. and all its discriminatory and racist practices, etc., that's what it was about. so here we are, a new organization popping on the scene with this kind of analysis looking at this stuff. of and i'm telling huey -- huey sai
." >> that little show? >> what on earth is wrong with am rosa? i want to show a clip. if you're missing it, we have to show this. >> i will take you down. i will take you down. >> what kind of lady is that? >> what kind of lady will tell you to be quiet? i'm a grown woman. i run a company. i run half the west coast for okay magazine. you're not going to talk to me like that. >> you run a company -- >> wait. she runs half the west coast for okay magazine? >> i didn't know that. to be honest with you, i didn't know that. >> what's going on with her? >> i thank god that i didn't get put on that team. i'm on the other team. i like amirosa. remember, this is a fake game where you get fake fired. that's really the truth, right? she is a brilliant character. >> this isn't her -- she's not playing herself. >> this is my take on it. this is a character that she's created over how many years? works for her. i like her. >> what about la toya? >> i love la toya. i have to say. she made a bad decision last night. because she got -- >> she got fired we should not point out. >> what happened is amarosa can be sca
anniversary of the march on washington, and the 100th anniversary of both harriette tubman's death and rosa parks' birth, it is especially fitting to recall how helene and african-americans have reached out to one another to provide mutual support. when helenes acted to liberate themselves in 1821, james williams, a african-american sailor from my hometown of baltimore, joined the greek revolutionary navy and fought at the battle of navareno. in turn john and fotius, orphans of the greek war of independence became passionate abolitionists in america. they were a member of the educational commission of boston and new york. f.s.c. a u.s. navy chaplain helped slaves find freedom by supporting the underground railroad. in 1922, recently arrived greek immigrants organized the american hellenic educational and progressive association in georgia to defend themselves against the ku klux klan. a helpa went on to help countless greek immigrants to assimlate into american society and weighed in on many of the most significant social issues of our time. including the movement for civil rights. archbish
up in santa rosa today. getting into the all important weekend, temperatures keep on climbing. in fact, we're going to hit the mid-70s by sunday. rain on the way next week. >> so when it's really nice in april, i'll take all the credit. >> we'll give you that for sure. >> for sure. >> thank you so much. appreciate it, dylan. >>> now to a little magic with david copperfield. this month we've been having great fun with performances from master illusionist mr. copperfield, on monday it was pretty incredible. >> he was. i still can't figure that one out. earlier in the week i got into the act as well and you got to see this, this is not edited, see if you can figure it out. let me know. >> are you ready for this? >> i'm ready. scared but ready. >> hold onto this, don't be scared. awesome. little bed for you. >> i could take a nap. >> you can. um-hum. it's very good for your back. >> okay. it's very narrow. >> comfy. hopefully i fit on that. >> a little finesse. how about that? >> okay. this gets folded like this. okay, i need you to lie down right here. sit up here first. feet go
and santa rosa and mid-40's in san francisco, to the upper 40's around oakland. the rest of the morning, look for 30's and 40's with the fog in the north bay, napa and santa rosa and mississippi with the brisk wind and sea breeze to the upper 60's well inland, though. the temperatures anywhere from two to four degrees cooler with a sea breeze tonight. the fog will keep the numbers up a little bit overnight. sue? >> traffic is flowing nicely in the macarthur maze through the berkeley curve on the incline. everyone is at the limit with no delays here which is great news. still some road work in the lanes. we will go to the south bay area where we have the on-ramp to northbound 680 which is closed for another hour until 6:00 this morning, and in oakland, that road work should be picking up any minute, northbound 880 at high street, the two left lanes and the drive from tracy to the altamont pass, you can see a little bit of slowing from the central valley but otherwise the speeds up up through livermore and through dublin/pleasanton. >> new this morning, it took years of construction but t
, with the nets shuffling these cans through. my parents had a ranch in santa rosa and we went there all summer. i could see these people leaning over and checking. it looked exactly like the beautiful things about the ranch. i think he was pretty much in the never look back philosophy about the coit. i don't think he ever went to visit again after we moved from telegraph hill, which was only five or six years later. i don't think he ever had to see it when the initials are scratched into everything and people had literally destroyed the lower half of everything. >> well, in my view, the tower had been pretty much neglected from the 1930's up until the 1980's. it wasn't until then that really enough people began to be alarmed about the condition of the murals, the tower was leaking. some of the murals suffered wear damage. we really began to organize getting funding through the arts commission and various other sources to restore the murals. they don't have that connection or thread or maintain that connection to your history and your past, what do you have? that's one of the major elements of wha
. that's agreed upon by both the left and the right. for example, marguerite rosa writing for the center for american progress says that the difference between school expenditures is often substantial and she pointed out that the money goes to schools where teachers are paid more but the children aren't necessarily the poor children. and so the poorer children, the ones we intend to help, are left in schools with less money. sometimes the money can add up to quite a bit. the same analysis is then found by the forwardham foundation, i would say that's a center-right organization because of the federal formula we use. so --. the presiding officer: the senator's time has expired. mr. alexander: let the money follow the child to the school, whether it's public or private and i thank the president and i yield the floor. the presiding officer: the senator from washington. mrs. murray: yield our time to the senator from iowa. mr. harkin: the way this amendment is drafted the money from title 1 could then go to private schools. that's the first thing. secondly, we've tried this. the district of
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